Deals with the importance of proper posture and good appearance for the public speaker. Each element is treated from the viewpoint of the inexperienced speaker. Points out that an audience is impressed by what it sees as well as what it hears.
AUTHORITY: Professor E. C. Buehler, Director of Forensics, University of Kansas
Fairly bland film in the interesting 'Speech' series that Centron put out. This one covers posture and appearance. Stand Tall! Don't Think Small! They give several bad examples of how not to speak, all of which I'm sure I've broken before. I liked the hands folded like a rapper pose lol. Anyways, if you're looking to stand correctly, grab your knees and swing around! Unfortunately, it doesnt say if you're supposed to do it on or off stage, leading me to believe some speech audiences in the 50's to comment among themselves, "Why is he doing a knee shuffle for?"